The Regent Honeyeater is a flagship, threatened, nomadic woodland bird. The loss of Box-Ironbark forests is the major reason for their diminishing numbers. The species inhabits dry open forest and temperate woodlands which have large numbers of mature trees with a high canopy cover. They feed on the nectar from blossoming eucalypts. Many of these trees are lost through forestry practices including logging, agricultural purposes and natural die-back. The 2019-2020 fires pushed the species closer to extinction, with approximately 250 of the species left in the wild. Regent’s Delight is a tribute to this rare, strongly nomadic, unpredictable bird, forever searching for their favourite blossoming trees. This intimate setting encapsulates a fleeting moment of these still poorly understood songbirds.